Wednesday, May 15, 2013

Analyzing The "Fake" Book Reviews of Universal Studios Executives and Their Stealth Marketers One at a Time

"By Cambridge McFarley
May 13, 2013
Worst book cover I've ever seen. At least it matches the content. Seriously, what does the cover have to do with the subject matter? P.S. don't buy this book. It's junk."
For starters....with a name like "Cambridge", you know this guy got beat up everyday at school from  Kindergarten through eighth grade. What does the cover have to do with the subject matter? "Caprica" was filmed on location in and around bright and sunny Vancouver, British Columbia. No attempt was made to place this thankfully short-lived series into a futuristic setting. Instead, the low budget slobs at the SyFy Channel banked what little pittance they had to make this series on the hope that the audience wouldn't notice that any Science Fiction television series needs to be placed in a futuristic and slick setting. Instead, all we got from "Caprica" was bright and sunny days out on location in and around Vancouver (complete with parked cars clearly visible in the background. Isn't it the job of an assistant director to remove such distractions from a scene?) Does that answer your question...."Cambridge" dweeb? And how about actually buying and reading the book before you call it "junk"...ok...."Cambridge?" Oh, and "Cambridge?" Say hello to your bosses for me at Universal Studios and at the stealth marketing firm "Abraham & Harrison"....OK? Readers who purchase books on  certainly don't need you telling them what not to read since your sole reason for doing so is the protection and best interests of Universal Studios, even when Universal Studios is clearly and repeatedly in the wrong with all matters concerning "Battlestar Galactica." An erroneous reason if ever there was one for telling people not to read a book. Time travel yourself back to Nazi Germany where you belong, when and where book burning was really big.

"By Cambridge McFarley
May 13, 2013
As if the outrageous $20+ asking price for this self-published tripe isn't bad enough, the book's subject matter is not even based on an "eyewitness account", as its title boldly suggests. The author has no tangible connection to "Battlestar Galactica", apart from having watched the show on television 35 years ago. This fact alone should lead any sensible customer to question the book's validity. These books are nothing more than an attempt by the author to insert himself into the show's history by any means necessary. As I peruse the author's self-published books to date, I notice that not a single one is dedicated to the original television series. Every book attacks the franchise in its most recent incarnation, along with anyone and everything directly, remotely, or in no way attached to the show. If the author truly cherishes the original television series, then why not write a book celebrating it? You'll find no shred of happiness in these books, only negativity and despair, and all of it misdirected at manufactured villains. Spend your money elsewhere. The asking price for this self-published paperback book is more than what you'd pay for most newly released hardcover books by top-selling authors. What is so wonderful about Lulu's website is that I can post book reviews without having to buy a pack of gum beforehand."
Cambridge again!! The name "Cambridge" in itself is "tripe" but that's another issue to dwell on. Cambridge doesn't like the $20.00 asking price for the book yet proceeds to waste 5 minutes of his life he will never get back by writing this idiotic review. Cambridge doesn't understand (as all other Universal Studios executives and its stealth marketers never did) that you can be an "eyewitness" to something without having to be an inside member of a corporation. I can be an "eyewitness" to a car crash without having to own stock in the manufacturer of the crashed car. Yes, it is thoroughly possible for a "Battlestar Galactica" fan to be an "eyewitness" to the crappy management of this show since 1978 without having to be a member of the "Universal Studios Board of Directors", or having to be one of those guys in the "monkey suits" working in the "Universal Studios Black Tower." Yes, the crappy management of "Battlestar Galactica" by Universal Studios since 1978 has been "eyewitnessed" by multitudes of people since 1978 from all walks of life. Yes Cambridge, save your money on the chewing gum as I've noticed that everyone associated with Universal Studios loves to penny pinch!! Just look at all of Ronald D. Moore's series made for the SyFy Channel!!

Read the books Universal Studios has tried and failed to censor on

And read these books at another location where Universal Studios executives and its stealth marketers won't be able to post negative, misleading (stealth marketed) reviews of the books via them purchasing candy and Rogaine Foam on (allowing them access to the Amazon book review section) and not actually buying and reading the books. I'll leave the other 150 global locations under wraps for now.

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